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Cayman Finance CEO Jude Scott to participate in panel on illegal data hack at 6th Annual OffshoreAlert Europe Conference in London on Tuesday
Nov 13, 2017 - 11:43:01 PM

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George Town, Grand Cayman -  On Tuesday, November 14, Jude Scott, CEO of Cayman Finance, is scheduled to speak at the at the 6th Annual OffshoreAlert Europe Conference in London as part of a panel about the recent illegal data hack and leak of personal financial information.

“This is a critical time to be reaffirming our case that Cayman is a transparent, cooperative jurisdiction, which meets or exceeds the full range of globally-accepted standards for transparency and cross-border information-sharing with law enforcement and tax authorities,” said Scott.

“We want policymakers, industry leaders, clients and media to understand that institutions, individuals and pension holders around the world invest together in Cayman funds because we are a premier global financial hub, efficiently connecting law abiding users and providers of investment capital and financing around the world.

“I appreciate the opportunity to represent our industry and our jurisdiction by delivering these important messages at this influential event.”

In addition to Mr. Scott, other panelists will include: Simon Bowers, a reporter for the International Committee of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ); James Oliver, award winning television producer and investigative journalist for Panorama, the BBC’s flagship current affairs programme; and Hilary Osborne, editor of The Guardian’s money website.

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